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WETA
Aug 28, 2009 6:30pm EDT
it's not hollywood, it's india. we look the latest outsrcing trend that's turning into a blockbuster h for bollywood. >> pau i'm paul kangas >> susie: and i'susie gharib. th is nightly business report for friday, august8. "nightly business rert" is made ssible by: is program was made possible by contributio to your pbs station from viewersike you. thanyou. t 7//& >> susie: good eveningveryone. people didn't ea more money in ly, but they spent a bit mor and economists wcomed the news. the small pop in snding, just 0. is thanks to the "cash for clunkers" program. personal income waunchanged last month accordi to a report today from theommerce department. the big question now iwhether frugal consumers will ep spending, even when th government'stimulus programsnd. scott gurveyeports. >> reporr: it was quiet today at the hyundai dealershiin jersey city. when you d beneath the heline that said consumer spending was up in jul you quickly discer that without the cash for clunkers progra spending was fla in fact, spending on nonurable goods decled for the month indicating tt consumers buying
WETA
Aug 10, 2009 6:30pm EDT
and will see much strger growth from overas in many emerging economies, india, china. those consumersill spend more. their spending rates will me down and we will have the goods and service to sell to them. >> susie: et's hope they do buy thgsade in the usa. gentmen both thank you so much for cong on the progr. we really appreciate it >> thank you,hank you. >> susie: kenneth rogoff o harvard university and mark zai of moody's economy.com. >>aul: health care reform is the t topic for congressional lawmakers on august cess and for their constituen. today, the insurance iustry's lobbyist tolreporters the batt over reform will be decidethis month. the debate has cenred on how to best cover uninsured americans. but a key issue: medical malpractice has been large ignored. as stephanie dhue repos, some doctors say it shoul't be. >> reporte for capitol orthoapedics, apparent on the bottom le. the practi spends nearly a quarter million dollars each year on malpractice surance premiums. dr. stephen ckower says the fear of being su also leads to densive medicine. >> i order a lot of tests at i know are
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